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Needing a recommendation for laptops / docking stations which will drive three independent monitors.
This is for a business app, so the graphics need to be good but not gaming-fast.
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A laptop with a separate discrete graphics card and a USB to DVI video adapter like this (http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814998016) is what I deployed at my old company for this exact setup.  Discrete onboard card gives you 2 monitors, and the USB device gives you a third.
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would have liked more input from more experts
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